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This is a perfect continuation from Seeds of Iniquity. Victor knows where Niklas has been staying but gave Niklas his space until Victor needed him for a job.
Victor has a job offer to capture a woman in Italy who is running a sex slave operation like the one Izabel escaped from. So Victor tells Izabel she can't be part of the operation unless Niklas goes. So he sends Izabel and Nora to convince Niklas to head up the operation.
Niklas is an expert role player for inside intel. So Niklas takes the role of Dom, Nora is his submissive, and Izabel is his girlfriend. They manage to get inside the inner sanctum and their adventure begins.... I have to tell you part of their adventure is violent and make you cringe gross.
The book ends with the CIA/FBI/Interpol meeting with Victor and Fredrik. They want Victor to help them locate his previous boss. They are also accusing Fredrik of being a serial killer. They share information with Victor about Izabel having a baby that was taken from her when she was a sex slave.
When Niklas, Izabel and Nora return from the operation Victor debriefs them. He then tells Izabel their going on a short vacation. After Izabel leaves to pack Victor reads the information once again about Izabels' baby.
I have a few scenarios in mind about what Victor is up to with Izabel, the short vacation, and the baby.
All of the performers did a great job
Absolutely worth a credit.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
I'm loving this series. So far I think book #5, The Black Wolf is the best in the series. OMG, I have so many questions. What is Victor plotting? What is going on with Niklas and Izabel? Can Nora be trusted? This book was such a roller coaster ride that I could not stop listening. Narrators did an excellent job bringing all the characters to life. You definitely want to start with the first book, Killing Sarai.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
once again redmerski left me feeling way too much and contemplating what is really important in life! which is probably what a good novel should do. PS. I almost had a heart attack when I realised the next book is not yet available on Audible.